, Linden Lab
, PookyMedia Films
, Pooky Amsterdam
, Borrer, Rebecca
, Boyd, Russell
, Cerdan, Sonya
, Cholette, Marc, Fall, Rysan
, Grove, Richard
, Rice, Phil
, Tompson, Lyn
, Canton, James
, Gahrn, Claus
, Robwag Soothsayer
, Institute for Global Futures
"Winner of an Award of Excellence at Los Angeles Movie Awards 2011.
Run time 19 minutes 14 secondsProducer Pooky AmsterdamProduction Company PookyMedia FilmsAudio/Visual sound, colorLanguage English
Time Travelers is an animated adventure series about the future. Three teens discover a time machine, travel into the future in a desperate race to protect their world from the destructive forces of the Pattern. Along the way they run into themselves and meet a friendly virtual avatar who guides them in their journey to save the future.
The series showcases future careers in science such as geoengineering for alternative energy, nanobiolology and neuroscience for learning and health care.
Time Travelers was sponsored by the leader in education financing SLFC www.slfc.com and iHelp www.ihelploan.com committed to helping students achieve their educational and career goals. For over 30 years SLFC has been a pioneer in enabling students to realize their dreams for the future through education. SLFC's support made Time Travelers a reality.
Time Travelers will be seen online, at film festivals and throughout the nation at FutureLab: The Innovation Expo www.FutureLabExpo.com" -- from description submitted by PookyMedia on YouTube, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gaR4nCQuSno
Produced by Pooky Amsterdam
Executive Producer, James Canton, Institute for Global Futures
Director: Russell Boyd
Written by James Canton and Pooky Amsterdam
Technical Support, Set Manager and Visual Effects: robwag Soothsayer
Sound Effects: Marc Cholette
Music: Claus Gahrn
December 7, 2013
Not to bad. A lil improvement on the animation and faster movement.
December 5, 2013
The movie. Totally good for the students to make them more excited and be ready for the next life after school.
February 12, 2013
Why would anyone go to the trouble of employing human and artistic resources toward such an unworthy end? That is: reinforced age/class/gender clichés; "us vs. them" competitiveness, aggression, violence; subordinating ideas of and intellectual curiosity about time and history to such pathetic and obvious narcissistic futility of contemporary "teen" (but they are not alone, alas) cultures. Open a book! Talk with people who know something else! Open your minds! Don't waste time and resources!
Granita To Go
August 26, 2011
Jobs in the Future and Adventure
Nice animation effects. Their eyes were gorgeous. Definitely high schoolers and college freshman should see this to excited about the future and getting educated for it.